Own a colour and help save a child’s life

Today Dulux is taking its passion for colour to higher heights in a bid to raise £16.7 million for UNICEF, the world’s leading organisation protecting the rights of children and young people and I’m happy to help spread the word.

For just £1 you can own one of the 16.7 million colours that can be displayed on your average computer, smartphone or tablet, whether that is a favourite hue, in honour of your chosen football team or as a gift for a loved one to celebrate a special moment.  To make a difference to the lives of children across the globe just visit www.ownacolour.com to take your pick and put your name against your chosen colour. Except for Mostly Blush that is. That has already been taken by me!

Picking a colour for yourself or even a friend as you can do it as a gift, is so simple yet it will make such a dramatic difference to millions of children’s lives around the world. Please visit www.ownacolour.com and help UNICEF to raise £16.7m.

UNICEF is the world’s leading organisation protecting the rights of children and young people. UNICEF is present in more than 190 countries protecting children’s right to be educated, healthy, protected and treated fairly.  UNICEF works with families, local communities, businesses and governments to ensure that these rights are upheld. Your donation will help UNICEF continue its work on everything from building schools in Pakistan and bringing clean water to Ethiopia, to providing immunisations in Haiti and responding to emergencies like the recent catastrophe in East Africa.

So come on people, go and pick a colour and feel free to spread the word for such a fabulous cause.

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